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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Paganelli Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
... in the afternoon, and we couldn't get any sleep due to the noise. Although obviously they had stopped by the time we actually went to bed at night, and to be fair it didn't wake us up in the morning. Like I said, it wasn't a major issue, but it would have been nice if we were informed.
We checked out of the room by 12pm as requested and there was a tourist tax of €4 per person per night (although I think this only applies to the first 5 nights), which ...
After leaving Cortina it was a relatively short trip to Venice where we said goodbye to the bus. We caught a ferry to the Murano Glass showroom where we were given a demonstration of glass blowing and sculpturing. We then went to the island of Burano where we enjoyed some of the local seafood and wine. We then went to our hotel which was very close to St Mark's Square and the Rialto Bridge. That evening we took a water taxi ride down the ...
... It's got to be some kind of record.
After crossing over the Rialto we headed back to the Piazzale Roma to catch the bus. Not straight forward at all, it took us ages and on the way we found the bar we should have found in the first place. We didn't mind though because it was a lot more expensive.
It was with relief we boarded a proper bus our feet were killing us as we had not stopped all day ...
... dry land? Five, apparently, including one to hold the crane remote control, one to steady the airborne gondola, one to position the trailer, and two to offer advice.
I couldn't convince Xander to walk the rest of the length of the island, so we caught a vaporetto at the Palanca stop, and stayed on it as it rounded the port area before entering the Grand Canal. Xander went to sleep on my lap, and I had to wake him before our stop at ...
... and time difference, so we just explored San Polo. It turns out that Venice is pretty small and we actually walked to the other end of the island. We didn't really see any attractions today. We did pass by a couple of churches and entered some of them but didn’t really notice the names.
We had a few slices of pizza and some fried snacks for dinner before heading back to the room at probably around 8ish, and had an early night.